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    WWI American Red Cross Woman's Foreign Service Uniform. The standard foreign-service uniform of the Red Cross constructed of gray wool (though it has aged giving it a slightly green appearance) and with the dark red collar flashes of the Department of Civilian Relief. The tunic shows a few moth nips and is missing one plastic button on lower right patch pocket, one small plastic button on the left collar flash, and the button on the upper right pocket has detached but is inserted in the pocket. The tunic comes with the matching skirt and an overseas type hat piped in dark red and with an enameled Red Cross metal insignia on the front. Another superb example. From the Collection of the American Red Cross.

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    December, 2009
    12th Saturday
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